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[Irl-dean] september seminar

Joshue O Connor joshue.oconnor at ncbi.ie
Tue May 30 15:36:52 IST 2006


Hi Hugh,

> A talk on WCAG 2.0 appears to be the preferred option, so I'll look into a talk followed by a discussion. I'll organise details, and send information around. 

That would be great. We all need to get your heads together to discuss the pro's and con's of WCAG 2 and what whole thing means in practical terms.

Josh


Hugh O'Neill wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> 
> A talk on WCAG 2.0 appears to be the preferred option, so I'll look into a talk followed by a discussion. I'll organise details, and send information around. 
> 
> The idea of getting Joe Clark is a good one, but for a one day seminar it wouldn't be worth the expense. 
> That said, what do people think of the idea of Irl-Dean organising an accessibility conference for next year, and inviting Joe Clark (and / or other big names) to speak at it? 
> All comments and suggestions are welcome. 
> 
> All the best, 
> 
> Hugh O'Neill
> Project Co-ordinator,
> Central Remedial Clinic.
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